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Diana is a USMC (ret.) spouse, mother of three and a Wichita, Kansas native. She is back in the United States after 10 years in Germany. She is a contributing author to Holiday Writes. She hates liver & motivational speakers. She loves science & naps.

Susan Pease Gadoua’s Plan to Overhaul Marriage

Saying marriage needs this kind of overhaul is like saying we need to widen the roads because texting drivers are plowing into adjacent properties. Read More »

News You Can Abuse: High-Earning Women

The fashion world pranked every woman's psyche with a painful wedgie, but now there's something that makes that wedgie nuclear. Read More »

Reproductive Education and Abortion: Does the “Woman’s Right to Know” Act Fill the Information Gap?

While all sides agree there is a gap, they don't agree where it is or how to fill it. Read More »

The Other Half of Suicide: Who is the LaShonda Armstrong in Your Life?

Yes, you can assume the distressed person is going to do something that won't be pretty. Read More »

Too Many White Men in the Military?

Using any approximation of discriminatory behavior doesn't magically become more professional or less wasteful when applied to white men. Read More »

Sarah Palin Takes Issue With Supreme Court and Westboro Baptist Church

The Phelps family's speech and religious exercise is constitutionally protected. So is yours, Sarah Palin. Read More »

A Religiously Knowledgeable Atheist’s Journey from Belief to Disbelief

The road to atheism can be painful and scary. Maybe that's why more religionists choose ignorance over knowledge. Read More »

Egypt and the Myth of Electronic Revolution

The Internet is not the cavalry. Read More »

That Made My Day

I was alone in the crowd—not in a needing solitude kind of way, rather in a completely ignored by others kind of way. Read More »

Social Media Has No Place in Combat

Today's military spouse is privy to an unnatural amount of information that doesn't ease the burden and instead feeds it with fear – in bulk. Read More »